January 28, 2013
At halftime of Super Bowl XLIV, which aired on CBS, The Who arguably hit their lowest point as band. The rock vets were branded as stiff, boring and, dare we say it, over-the-hill. Naysayers snickered that the band should have hanged it up years ago and that th ... More >>
After 5 years on the sidelines, outside of the occasional charity show or Super Bowl, The Who will be invading Honda Center on January 28. Yes, they're old and yes, they can't quite rock like they have in years past, and yes, there's only two original members left (Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey) ... More >>
EmeryThe Glass House7/23/12There are some bands that keep a core following no matter what music trends happen to be in at the moment. Last night at the Glass House in Pomona, post-hardcore quartet Emery proved that they can still attract that kind of fan base. Many of the scene kids that grew ... More >>
The US Postal Service, desperate to stop 15 years of bleeding caused by email and private competitors, announced that it will soon feature living people on stamps (the post office has long had a policy of placing only the dead on postage).
Of interest to this column, the USPS will consider fe ... More >>
Courtesy Chance TheaterMark Bartlett as The Who's TommyDuring the intermission of the Chance Theater's production of The Who's Tommy at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts' Founder's Hall Saturday night, I overheard a young lady talking on her cell phone. "Yeah, my boyfriend is playing guitar in t ... More >>